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Originally published in The Recorder on March 22nd, 2013.
Eagle v. Morgan, 2013-11-4303 (E.D. Pa. 2013), represents one of the first trials on the issue of who owns social media accounts: the individual employee who...more
Our latest edition of the Corporate Law Report focuses on issues at the intersection of social media and the law:
- Eagle v. Edcomm (aka: Who owns your LinkedIn account)
- bringing social media charges against employees...more
Is it possible for your employer to lay claim to your LinkedIn account and its contacts? That’s the question at issue in the much-discussed Eagle v. Edcomm, which was decided recently in favor of the employee. Though the...more
In legal circles, we’ve all been anxiously awaiting a result in the case of Eagle v. Morgan (download here) – a case out of Pennsylvania where the issue who owned a LinkedIn page and contacts (the employee vs. the employer)...more
In October 2012, we told you about the case of Eagle v. Edcomm, Inc. pertaining to whether an employee’s LinkedIn account belongs to the employee (Linda Eagle) or to her employer (Edcomm). At that time, the United States...more
Following up our LXBN Roundtable on the subject (http://bit.ly/TqYC36), I had the chance to speak with Mintz Levin’s Martha Zackin regarding Eagle v. Edcomm—the case where a departing CEO had her LinkedIn account taken over...more
Earlier this month, a federal judge ruled that when a company took over a departing employee’s LinkedIn account, the company did not violate the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act in the case of Eagle v. Edcomm....more
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